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Digital Fishing Tournament Trail for High School Fishing Teams

HOOK’D
Fishing
Tournament

April 6 - June 26, 2020

Utilizing the HOOK’D Fishing Tournament app available for iPhone and Android, teams in three regions can register at no charge to them, and compete within their region for weekly prizes, as well as overall Grand Prizes for each region from Lew’s and Strike King. Weekly prizes will include Lew’s Mach Combos for the team that is the overall weekly big bass winner in each region, and a random weekly drawing for a Strike King “Tie One On” prize drawing for one winner among those posting pictures of fish caught on a Strike King lure, using the hashtag #strikekingbass

At the end of the 12 week period, the team with the overall grand prize for the most total inches reported in each region, will receive two Lew’s Mach combos and a $200 retail value Strike King prize pack.

Anglers must use the HOOK’D Fishing Tournament app, the teams must register an account, and the fish must be photographed on a valid measure board.

Download HOOK'D App:
Apple App Store Google Play Store

Weekly Tournament Results

North, South, & West Regions:
  • North:
    Round 1: 4/6 – 4/12
    Providence Catholic Bass Team
    Round 2: 4/13 – 4/19
    Brownsburg Fishing Club
    Round 3: 4/20 – 4/26
    Bolivar Fishing Team
    Round 4: 4/27 – 5/03
    Brownsburg Fishing Club
    Round 5: 5/04 – 5/10
    Brownsburg Fishing Club
    Round 6: 5/11 – 5/17
    Kaneland Anglers High School Fishing Team
    Round 7: 5/18 – 5/24
    Providence Catholic Bass Team
    Round 8: 5/25 – 5/31
    Providence Catholic Bass Team
    Round 9: 6/1 – 6/7
    Atlee High School
    Round 10: 6/8 – 6/14
    Chambersburg High School Fishing
    Round 11: 6/15 – 6/21
    Providence Catholic Bass Team
    Round 12: 6/22 – 6/28
    Lincoln-Way Central Anglers Club
  • South:
    Round 1: 4/6 – 4/12
    Spring Valley High School
    Round 2: 4/13 – 4/19
    Lucas Lovejoy High School
    Round 3: 4/20 – 4/26
    Travelers Rest High School
    Round 4: 4/27 – 5/03
    South Forsyth High Fishing Team
    Round 5: 5/04 – 5/10
    Seminole Junior Anglers
    Round 6: 5/11 – 5/17
    Travelers Rest High School
    Round 7: 5/18 – 5/24
    Athens High School Fishing Team
    Round 8: 5/25 – 5/31
    Stephenville High School Fishing Team 
    Round 9: 6/1 – 6/7
    Stephenville High School Fishing Team 
    Round 10: 6/8 – 6/14
    Vidalia Heritage Academy
    Round 11: 6/15 – 6/21
    Athens High School Fishing
    Round 12: 6/22 – 6/28
    Athens High School Fishing
  • West:
    Round 1: 4/6 – 4/12
    Delta High School
    Round 2: 4/13 – 4/19
    Delta High School
    Round 3: 4/20 – 4/26
    Delta High School
    Round 4: 4/27 – 5/03
    Delta Saints Bass Team
    Round 5: 5/04 – 5/10
    Skyridge Bass Fishing
    Round 6: 5/11 – 5/17
    Delta Saints Bass Team
    Round 7: 5/18 – 5/24
    Delta Saints Bass Team
    Round 8: 5/25– 5/31
    Delta Saints Bass Team
    Round 9: 6/1– 6/7
    Delta Saints Bass Team
    Round 10: 6/8– 6/14
    Salem Hills High School
    Round 11: 6/15 – 6/21
    Delta Saints Bass Team
    Round 12: 6/22 – 6/28
    Delta Saints Bass Team
 
  • Grand Prize Leaderboard - North:
    Round 12 (cumulative inches)
    • Brownsburg Fishing Club - 6869.75
    • Glenbard South High School - 4724
    • Providence Catholic Bass Team - 2924.25
    • Maquoketa Valley Fishing - 2071
    • Lincoln-Way Central Anglers Club - 1830.5
    • Black Swamp Youth Bass Club - 1148
    • Rebel Fishing - 879.5
    • Chambersburg High School Fishing - 656.5
    • Holland Christian - 545.25
    • Pendleton Bass Fanatics - 399.75
    • Kaneland Anglers High School Fishing Team - 391
    • Harrison - 272
    • Ozark Anglers Youth Bass Club - 211.25
    • Bolivar Fishing Team - 210.25
    • Hoxie Fishing - 208.5
    • Southern Boone - 206.5
    • Hortonville High School Fishing Team - 184.25
    • Cassville High School Fishing Team - 170.25
    • Hillsboro Fishing Club - 69
    • Grove Boys Fishing Team - 54.25
    • Father McGivney Catholic High School - 53.75
    • HCMS Bass Team - 50.75
    • Buffalo Grove High School Bass Fishing Team - 46
    • Herrin Tiger Fishing Team - 44
    • Atlee High School - 41.25
    • KCHS - 31
    • Lawrenceville Lunkers - 30.25

  • Grand Prize Leaderboard - South:
    Round 12 (cumulative inches)
    • Vidalia Heritage Academy - 7465.5
    • South Forsyth High Fishing Team - 3847.75
    • Lucas Lovejoy High School - 2542.5
    • Brady - 1631.75
    • Spring Valley Anglers - 1502
    • Buckhorn Bass Fishing - 1277.5
    • Mynard Bass Team - 1272.5
    • Athens High School Fishing Team - 750.75
    • Porter High School Fishing Team - 661.5
    • Fairview High School - 625.25
    • YCHSA - 620.25
    • Freedom Fishing - 563
    • Travelers Rest High School - 560.25
    • WBFishing - 526
    • Greenbrier High School - 444.25
    • Knoxville Bearden High - 430.75
    • Seminole Anglers - 211.25
    • Huntington High School Bass Club - 204
    • Paulding County High School Fishing Team  - 180.75
    • Martins Mill High School Fishing Team - 172.5
    • Union County Fishing Team - 143.75
    • Lone Grove High School - 140
    • Central Middle Carroll - 99
    • GCA Fishing - 95
    • Bridgeport Bass Club - 84
    • Canton TX High School Fishing Team - 59.25
    • LH-Bass Wolves - 48.75
    • Mustang High School - 46
    • Whitesboro High School Bass Team - 30.5
    • Fayetteville Fishing Team - 18
    • Brooks High School Bass Team - 15.75

  • Grand Prize Leaderboard - West:
    Round 12 (cumulative inches)
    • Delta Saints Bass Team - 4220.25
    • Skyridge Bass Fishing - 1613.75
    • Salem Hills High School - 273

Rules/How to
Participate

  • • To enter, download "HOOK'D Fishing Tournaments" app. Create a login profile for your HS fishing team. For example, there would be one profile on the app for "Lee County High School Fishing Team". In order for an angler on the team to submit a catch, that angler would need to download the app on their phone and login under their team's profile.
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  • • Contest Dates: April 6 - June 26 (12-week program)
  • • Monday thru Sunday weekly rounds (12 rounds, 1 per week)
  • • Permitted species: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass
  • • Minimum length requirement to qualify as a catch: 14"
  • • To enter a catch, submit a catch photo to the team profile’s “livewell” within the HOOK’D Fishing Tournaments app. Photo must show the fish laying straight on an approved measure board with mouth closed and touching the “bump” end of the measure board with tail laying flat.
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  • Approved Measure Devices
    Measuring devices must be of the "bump board" style, with a vertical lip on the left side of the measure board to push the tip of the fish's mouth up against. Measure markers must be clearly visible in inches. If the board only shows whole inches, scoreable measurement must be rounded down the nearest inch. Only catches 14" and longer are scoreable. Boards with 1/4" measure increments are recommended. Tape measures are not valid.

    • Recommended Measure Boards:
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    • • Gator Grip Golden Rule Measuring Board (available at Bass Pro, Academy Sports)
    • • Cabela’s Aluminum Fish Measuring Board (available at Cabela’s)
    • • Frabill Fishing Bump Board Fish Measuring Ruler (available at Walmart)
    • • Check-It Stik (available at Academy Sports)

Tournament
Regions:

  • NORTH
  • North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Washington D.C., Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, New York
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  • SOUTH
  • Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina
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  • WEST
  • Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana

Teams should enter the tournament for the region in which their school’s geographic location falls under. For example, if a team from Wisconsin catches a bass in Florida, then that catch will still be submitted to the North tournament.